Scientists create world's strongest iron-based superconducting magnet using AI

Scientists at King’s College London and Japanese institutions have created the strongest iron-based superconducting magnet using artificial intelligence (AI). This breakthrough could lower the costs of MRI machines and advance electric transportation. Traditional superconductors, usually niobium-tin alloys, are bulky and expensive. The new iron-based superconductors, optimized by the AI system BOXVIA, are more cost-effective and scalable. They produce strong, stable magnetic fields required for medical and industrial applications, potentially leading to smaller, more accessible MRI units. The AI-developed magnets have unique microscopic structures enhancing their superconducting properties.

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